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, to the broken, if you like it you can keep it promise. this is 24 hours after president obama's about face announcement that millions of americans can keep their canceled policies for another year. republican senator fred upton's bill would let insurers keep selling plans that obamacare would otherwise ban. he is a congressman. i called him a senator, the president of course threatening to veto that bill. some house democrats are saying it is not a viable solution. here is minority leader nancy pelosi. >> fact is for al fuss and all the muss everybody said how the upton bill would -- it does not mandate that insurance companies must keep those people in their? their insurance policies. it is only masquerade and trojan horse coming in to undermined the affordable care act. jon: let's see if there are any trojan horses storming the white hose gates right now. senior white house foreign affairs correspondent wendell goler is on the north lawn. wendell? >> reporter: no trojan horses but installing a rather large tree in back of me but you may hear noise from that. part of the reason folks here
to be met. and you have a majority of people saying they don't think obama is being honest. he is trying to say i am not doing this for political reasons, put in the end, he thought it was going to work out politically for you. you cannot step back now and say it isn't for political reasons >> there are democrats and republicans pressuring him to go beyond fixing the website and fix the law. do you think there is hope on washington of actually fixing the law? or republicans saying let's repeal and democrats saying they don't want to fix it. any attempt to fix the law? >> we have seen some attempts to fix this. this allowing folk tos tocopy tr plans. and maybe a push back for pay the penalties. you cannot find people to sign up because the website is broken. this is what happens when you have huge pieces of legislation and adding more on top of it creates more. the republicans have the upper hand saying we have been asking for repeal. and i think we will see as we get closer to 2014, democrats will jump on the bandwagon. >> pretty clear that in 2014, the mid-term elections, health care i
on healthy eating, she didn't pick it. the obama's don't eat like this every day. we have turkey and ham. couple kind of stuffing. greens -- about the only green thing i see on the menu. mack and cheese. potatoes. and then there is desert. and i should point out that the desert menu is so extensive we didn't have space. there is nine pies on the menu. everything from coconut cream. and no mention of an exercise menu. >> we are looking at huckleberry, pecan, chocolate cream, sweet potato. >> the list goes on and on further than the graphic describes. there is going to be an exercise at the end of the dinner. but who could move? >> who cares at this point. let's say should you get invited behind the doors, you don't, which pie would you go for? >> i think i would go for several of them. i believe i would. >> for me, sweet potato dry and oyster dressing. >> that is the new orleans in you. >> of course. >> soupy sales would have had a field day. with a little more than two days to go before the deadline for healthcare.g healthcare.gov, there is a new effort to keep the site glitch-free and i
, president obama is heading to new orleans a day after telling the american people he is sorry. sort of. hello, everyone. >> mr. obama issuing this semi-apology to those moving the health care coverage despite his repeated promises that they would not. made the remarks during an nbc interview. president obama: i am sorry that they are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances they got from me. we've got to work hard to make sure they know we hear them and we will do everything we can to deal with folks who find themselves in a tough position as a consequence of this. patti: senior white house corns foreign affairs with us. it does not seem to have solved the problem so far. speak out not it is late as well since it has been cleared for weeks. people an individual market getting cancellation notices and for some of that time the white house continues to say if you like your insurance, you can keep it. president is headed to an orleans to talk about the economy in his nbc interview he said he wanted to make sure with obamacare the insurance people buy is worth having. presi
to tell you about with the obama healthcare exchange. web psy crashing so oven, now there are plans to should i down for several hours each night. >>> huge demonstrations in tehran to mark 34 years since iranian hostage crisis. protesters chanting, death to america, raises new concerns about american efforts to negotiate with iran on its nuclear program. much. >>> a man charged with walking into one of america's busiest airport, opening fire, terrorizing travelers and shooting one tsa agent dead. what it means about the future of airport security in this country. it is all "happening now." jon: well, that there's a new push to hit the pause button on rollout of obamacare amid brand new troubles with the federal health care website. welcome to the monday edition of "happening now." i'm jon scott. >> hi, everybody, great to see you today. i'm jenna lee. anxiety is rising across the country as americans experience growing frustration with this dysfunctional website. now the outages are going to become a regular thing over the next few days. the obama administration announcing that the
obama, the annual wreath-laying at arlington national cemetery the president issued a proclamation, their courage, self-sacrifice, the devotion, represent the american character at its best and he encouraged everyone to honor every service member who has ever worn the country's uniform. >> beautifully said, gregg. we honor all our veterans at the fox fox news channel today. we welcome you, gregg and i. jamie colby, i'm in for jenna lee today who is married to one of our bravest military folks. i want to bring in major general bob scales. one of my personal heroes in the military but a fox news military analyst. he knows i feel that way. heck, everybody feels that way about you, general scales. tell me first of all, we talked about just every year on this day. i know what the troops and their families mean to me. what do the veterans mean to you? >> oh, wow, jamie, i never tire of watching this ceremony. i'm here on this chair almost every year. and it just brings to mind the sacrifices of generations of soldiers in service to the nation. i'm particularly moved by the veterans today
. goodbye, everyone, "america's newsroom" again tomorrow morning. jenna: president obama giving the onerous to 16 recipients of the honors award. the highest civilian honor for civilians who have contributed to our country in different ways. either in security or different ways. and as you see why that is when you get a picture of this. since 1963, more than 500 individuals have received the presidential medal of freedom. the honorees include president bill clinton, oprah winfrey, loretto lynn, lori simon, richard lugar, and ben bradlee just to name a few. we will bring it to you live when it happens. ♪ ♪ jenna: great to see you, everyone. i am jenna lee on "happening now". bill: jon: and i am jon scott. welcome. taking a toll on the approval of the law, obama health care.gov. >> we are investing in the failure and that makes, i think, the kind of ability to fix glitches more challenging. i'm optimistic that we can get it fixed. jon: 31% of americans approve of the affordable care act and 61% disapprove. let's bring in mark hanna and charlie hurt. welcome to both of you. the presidency
to be used, i fear, to change the rules on consideration of legislation. >> reporter: for now the obama administration will get federal judges approved more quickly. if there is need for cabinet shuffle, it will be easier to appoint new people to the posts. at some points when democrats are out of power, republican leaders are warning they will regret this move. patti ann? jenna: mike emanuel, live in washington, thanks. jon: while the filibuster rule change in the senate might be a political win for president obama, at least in the short term, not much else seems to be going his way. two new polls now show his approval rating sinking to a new low. according to a cnn-orc poll, just 41% of americans approve of the job mr. obama is doing in the white house. 56% disapprove of his job performance the same story in a "fox news poll." 40% of those surveyed approve of the job the president is doing. 55% disapprove. let's talk about it with karl rove, former senior advisor and deputy chief of staff to president george w. bush. he is also a fox news contributor and a man who knows better than mo
plenty of concerns but rolled it out anyway. president obama is essentially blaming republicans for the rocky start of obamacare. what do you make of that? >> of course he is blaming republicans and he also will be blaming the insurance industry because he went back and said you can actually, now that you can keep your insurance policy, all policies that were canceled. the insurance industry is saying we can't really do that necessarily. so he can blame insurance industry as well. can blame state commissioners, can blame everybody but himself. he did a big mea culpa last week. at end of the day it is not clear where the buck stops. what comes across, particularly in that mckenzie report last march there is no clear person in charge calling the shots. no clear line of responsibility. that is just not something you would see in the private sector. jon: but you think back to the days and hours that led up to the government shutdown, republicans were saying, hey, we'll fund the government. we just want to delete money for obamacare. or, how about we delay it for a year and that did
it better. >> last night was the first night president obama added you could giv keep the plan if the insurance company hadn't changed it. they should be understood they couldn't promise people to keep plans that didn't exist when he made the promise, john. jon: the language i remember was you could keep it. but we will see about that. are they saying the admission here was on purpose? >> they do. the policy people recognize the promise was one that they couldn't keep, they were overruled by people on the political side. first to be bush says the president's words are in a misdirection must have been intentional and republican senator says separating and am capable promise from other elements of the affordable care act. >> these are problems that are fundamental to this law, the administration is to come forward, honest answers, not dancing around it, not trying to reinvent what they said years ago. the president made it very clear if you like your plan, you can keep it. right now wha we're finding outs if only the white house likes her plan can you keep it. >> republicans thin
need to do is to go back and start all over again. now, president obama is doing fund-raising events on the west coast. he said that he misled the people on obamacare and that the program will not work. and we hear that he is ready to go back to the drawing board. >> i do not believe you can fix this while if no other costs for access. we must get bipartisan consensus that lower premium. and we have many ideas on this. reporter: the president says that two important promises were broken. but the cost would be lowered and you could keep your health insurance. and neither turned out to be true. jenna: what about the fresh start for a plan that the president is pushing for? reporter: they are urging patience for planet work in the long run. and that they hope that the american people realize that. they are giving them a chance to sign up. >> access has been a failure at this point in time and it needs to be there. at that point in time, the substance of obamacare is yet to be tested. to the extent it has come it has been a success. >> the president has pushed back the enrollment deadlin
lead, basically because the obamacare disaster and you still have barack obama going to virginia and not even mentioning the obamacare when he was on the stump for terry mcauliffe. and my assumption is there a lot of democrats who are looking at that in saying this is terry mcauliffe losing what was a double-digit lead because a couple weeks of bad stories about obamacare. there will be months and months ahead of bad stories of obamacare. jon: we have heard senator pat roberts call for her resignation. so far there has not been a huge lead of that. every indication from the administration and she's going to keep her job. is it because it would be too embarrassing at this point to add to the misery? by kicking out the health and human services secretary whose job it has been to implement this law? >> i think basically the obama administration doesn't want hearings on a replacement and that's what it boils down to. kathleen sebelius is safe in her job at least until the end of november when the website is supposed to work. we will see. but i would have liked her to take a page from
obama admitting big government may not be the way to go for business. so has the private sector been doing it right all along? we'll report, you decide. >>> and this man allegedly raked in millions by scamming our veterans. he is in court now facing fraud charges after he pleaded with politicians to back his story. we'll tell you about it coming up. i'm only in my 60's. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, it helps pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. to me, relationships matter. i've been with my doctor for 12 years. now i know i'll be able to stick with him. [ male
an impact upon the way it deteriorates. jon: if you look at the photos of barack obama when he took office and his more recent photos today, going back to george w. bush, you get a similar kind of aging in a president and the same thing with president bill clinton as well. he has been known to have aged a lot during his eight years in office since his end of the term pictures. you say that depression is similar to the same kind of stress that a president could experience? >> i think the before and after pictures are helpful to understand the general impact with the emotional distress can have upon the aging process. just the distress generally. the impact of depression upon aging that was observed was observed at the cellular level with subparts of cells called polymers. so it's not really the kind of damage that is readily observable externally. but it's estimated that continues chronically, in the long run it could account for a reduction of as many of seven years. jon: can be reversed? is there a way to fix that? >> i think the bottom line is that everyone experiences depressive feeling
emotional as they pressed mr. obama to explain what he is doing to keep the formal cataract from becoming a political liability for them. one of those attending the meeting was michael bennett, heahead of these editorial committee. attacking the broken promise more than the obamacare rollout. >> the president of the united states for months if not years made a claim that is untrue. either he did not know about his own law bearing his name, obamacare, or he was in on it. at the end of the day there is no good answer. >> democrats continue to insist fix .-ellipsis will face political problems as well as people find it easier to see the alternatives of the cost. harris: especially the estimates is right. thank you. jon: the obama administration is admitting convicted felons could get your information when you sign-up for obamacare and nothing is being done to stop it. health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius confirming that to our next guest before the senate finance committee. >> isn't it true there is no federal requirement for navigators to undergo a criminal background check
for action. used to be known as obama for america, the campaign group. as the administration pressures insurance companies let millions of americans keep their canceled policies. chief white house correspondent ed henry is live at the white house now. another week trying to do damage control, ed. the president will be working to rally the base? >> reporter: that's right, jon. this is another week with the president starting on defense over his signature health care reform law. the bottom line he said last week at that news conference he knows he has to rebuild his credibility with the american people but rather than starting in doing that with the sort of the center of the country, reaching out to republicans, he has to first deal, as you say with his own political base. liberals are upset about the botched launch and they're waking up to a story this weekend in the "washington post" that basically said there's a new goal, privately within the administration to openly get 80% of those people going on line to actually enroll. that means 20% of the people going online, even if they get t
right to our top story. new details about what the obama administration knew and when regarding how bad the obamacare rollout could be. one government official comparing the looming crisis, to quote, a potential plane crash. good morning to you on that happy note. i'm jon scott. jenna: not reassureing words. jon: not exactly, what you want to hear about your health care info. jenna: or anything for that matter. jon: that's true. jenna: great to see you today. i'm jenna lee. the disasterous rollout dominateing washington again today. there are documents that show that the white house knew as far as back as march, about problems obamacare website a new report from "the new york times" that teams fixing the site may miss their foal of -- goal of having it functioning normally by the end of the month. mike emanuel is live on capitol hill with more on this. mike, catch us up a little bit. what has been said so far? >> reporter: lawmakers note it is 50 days since the launch of healthcare.gov and it is still not functioning normally. they are questioning when the website will be up and running
confidence in the administration and in president obama. so we'll have to see what happens, whether that's successful still depends on how many people actually enroll in coverage under obamacare. those numbers have been low so far. the white house can hope that they ramp up over the next couple of months but, again, that's going to rely on the web site being fixed, and we haven't seen proof of that yet. jon: so people like, well, readers of the times and democrat of orange burg, south carolina, for instance, they can expect to be reading more positive stories about obamacare because these things are being pitched to smaller markets, individual papers? >> that's absolutely right. the white house has reached out to journal toists at the local level -- journalists at the local level in order to see them cover obamacare from a different angle, not from this wider national narrative of the law's roll outgoing so poorly, but they're hoping to underscore individual events, individual families that are signing up for coverage and hoping that'll eventually lead everyone to sign up for coverage. j
from president obama on the botched rollout of obamacare. we don't expect him to say that it was botched but i never know. the cancellation of millions of health care policies as well is something he is expected to address. fox news has learned the president will announce a plan to let those americans keep their insurance plans if they have them. more on that as we get it. right now lawmakers on capitol hill are still trying to get to the bottom of the failed health carrollout as another house panel gets set to consider new legislation. good morning to you. it is a very busy morning. i'm jon scott. jenna: i'm jenna lee. jon, you bring up a great point. what would the president say about the actions thus far in the six weeks of the rollout? jon: right. thus far not much indication from the white house that he thinks there is a great deal wrong. jenna: we'll see what he has to say. will there be some sort of apology? we may be going too far. how will he address it, how will he frame it? that is the big question today. look what is happening not far from the white house
on one day, that of course being day one, this after the committee obtained notes taken at an obama administration meeting about the problem-plagued obamacare when site. california congressman darrell issa chairs that committee. he judges us this morning. great to have you, jenna. >> thank you for covering these notes taken in the war room on the days this program was rolling out and failing. >> that is what we're hearing. that is the background from the notes. we're hearing from the administration they are not official numbers. they're waiting to give more accurate numbers to the public. what is your reaction to that? is this data worthless? >> jenna, it is november 1st. it is my birthday, a month since the rollout. let's understand something the president had $600 million, 100% control and notes taken in their war room say six the first day. later, on october 2nd it looked like they hit 100. the following day they had 248. 248 over two full days. and the numbers don't get better. and just yesterday, marilyn tavenner told us she doesn't have numbers. i'm sorry, but if you spend $60
executives there, happens to be one of mr. obama's largest political donors. >> that is right. he's got a sweet spot in hollywood. and in bit parts of california. what he is not talking about and what we are hearing here in washington is that even though they won all of these people to go on the website this weekend. and they want to see a re-rollout, they are telling people, don't let people sign up too much because we don't crash the website and they are telling all of their allies getting people to sign up, don't go too fast because we don't want those things to crash again. jon: we will be talking about that more with you in the program. nina easton, thank you so much. jenna: new information changing the way the united states government and the american people as well as the entire al qaeda network update. catherine herridge has more on this top story. >> that's right, a lot of classified information, it it's said to be a least 1.5 million files. in only 17 written documents have been released. and that was over a year ago. critics charging the documents from this compound, cherry p
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